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wanted to an accommodation whereby which both people can live in dignity. .. hosni mubarak kofi annan, thank you very much for joining me tonight on "after words." the book is about inventions. he spent a lot of time writing about the subject in the book and the reiterate your thoughts that it was not a legitimate war. that 9/11 changed the world from the consequences of the iraq war were similarly dramatic in magnitude. when you say that? >> guest: the iraq war rarely mentioned interaction with the community. i'm not just talking about the u.n. communities and groups in the middle east. and also beyond. the things that the world has been broken into groups, or some are being targeted or profiled, felt very who felt very strongly about this. this is about more on which the committee was divided. the council did not approve it. some believe we should been giving the inspectors the weapons inspectors more time to do their work in iraq and come back to the council, that if you do not perform, there would be serious consequences. to determine what those consequences should be. obviously,
sentence 14 islamist militants to death. this -- they have been grouped since hosni mubarak -- they have been gripped by tension since hosni mubarak was toppled from power over a year ago. >> the extreme is and in that area is growing. -- the extremism in the area is growing. >> they hold their water for hours. it si contaminated -- it is contaminated. the government in cairo has done nothing to improve the water supply. the bedouins say they feel like second-class citizens. he claims that, with enough water, this could be a verdant countryside. the plants would grow, he says, not whether. of the 75 great plans he has planted, only 0 have survived -- not wither. of the 75 grape plants he has planted, only 10 have survived. in the power vacuum left by hosni mubarak's ouster, source -- soldiers have been coming under attack. suspected militants overran a border checkpoint and killed 16 egyptian soldiers. egypt swiftly retaliated, targeting extremists. bedouins are not believed to be among them. the government sent a clear signal by sending tanks into the region. the northern sinai is a pow
, liberal group who wanted hosni mubarak out of office, now this is a poorer, anti-american group, chanting "death to freedom," instead of "freedom, out, out, hosni mubarak." a very different group and a much more violent one. prayers start in a little less than eight hours. greta? >> greta: where is the american embases staff? are they still in -- in egypt? or have they been evacuated? >> reporter: there are two compounds here. you have the american embassy, guff over my left shoulder and then you have the living compound, which is about 30 minutes away and the staff is bused here every day in a secure bus. the main part of the staff, people who do consular affair, cultural attaches, nonessential staff are not necessarily at the embassy, but there is a contingent,-- the security staff, marines and other essential personnel who will be at the embasso tuesday night when the attack occurred, what their specific security arrangements are here, hard to say. typically, you have the host country providing the outer perimeter security. that failed on tuesday, obviously the egyptian military has gr
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president hosni mubarak, what was toppled by a popular uprising just last year. >> we speaking about a long history of mistrust expainger. you know, we'll find whatever the reason just to erupt. >> reporter: especially in poor muslim countries where millions face chronic injustice and corruption. in cairo this week, protesters didn't actually reach the embassy but they did invade the grounds before riot police drove them back with tear gas. it took egypt's president mohammad morsi three full days and some stern prodding from the white house to condemn the violence, but in the end, he did it. request the it is required by our religion to protect our guests," he said, "and their place of work." america's diplomatic role in the arab world may have been bruised this week but it certainly hasn't been broken. here in egypt, close cooperation with the newly elected democratic government will continue. and in fact, the american embassy here in cairo has just announced it is going to be open tomorrow for business as usual. margaret. >> brennan: thank you, liz palmer in cairo. whatever the role that
ordered the arrest of the last prime minister and the ousted president hosni mubarak. they accuse him of corruption. the state-run news agency reported the news. the case dates back to 1993. he's accused of selling government-owned land to mubarak's sons at a fraction of the price. he was working for an association affiliated with the air force. he denied the allegations and says they're politically motivated. he narrowly lost a presidential election runoff in june to hosni. he's now living in the united arab emirates. >>> the operator of the fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant has released photographs. that may fill in the picture of what happened there. tokyo electric power company released 600 photos taken after. the disaster. company spokespersons say a lack of in-house coordination delayed the release of the images. members of a diet panel investigating the accident pointed to the presence of the images. tepco managers say they asked employees and contractors to contribute to photos. some of the pictures show workers fleeing just after the earthquake. others show pools of water
egyptian president hosni mubarak strictly controlled the movement of people and goods across the border with the gaza strip. that policy was seen as a gesture of support for israel. many expect israel and its ally the united states would resist a trade agreement between egypt and hamas. egyptian government officials have not made any public mention of the talks. president morsi is scheduled to visit the u.s. next week. >>> french leaders are tightening security at their embassies and other facilities overseas, bracing for the possibility of more violence after a french magazine published satirical cartoons the of the prophet muhammad. the cartoons hit the shelves on wednesday. one portrays the prophet naked. the publication comes amid tensions in the middle east and asia over a video made in the u.s. that ridicules islam. >> translator: religions should accept criticism and satire just like philosophy. >> the foreign minister has expressed concern that the cartoons could fan muslim anger. the government has ordered 20 of its embassies across the world to shut down on friday when muslim
.s. allies-- hosni mubarak and moammar qaddafi. knowing the replacements would be muslim brotherhood and other islamists. >> well, it's a new-- if they knew that i am angrier than i am now. >> stephen: oh my-- oh, my god! sean hannity is capable of being angrier at any given moment than he actually is at that moment! (laughter) he has torn a rift in the space-anger continuum! (laughter) folks, obama's complete lack of loyalty to our murderous dictator allies doesn't just enrage me-- and the loud hole at the top of sean hannity's neck-- it also is raising a red flag for texas congressman and forehead american louie gohmert. jim? >> thank you, president barack hussein obama. he has helped jump start a new ottoman empire. you look across tunisia, libya, egypt and iraq and iran and syria, lebanon, you look and you go, oh, my gosh, this is the makings, this is the beginnings of massive beginnings of a new ottoman empire that president obama can take great credit for. >> stephen: you heard him right. the ottoman empire. it ruled the middle east for over 600 years until it finally collapsed
explains why he intervenes with force? obama has been active in egypt in pushing hosni mubarak out of power but now that there's a power struggle between the military and the muslim brotherhood the obama administration is intervening on the side of the muslim brotherhood. obama has more on the egyptian military better turn power to the muslim brotherhood or we will cut off military aid. obama can say i am a champion of democracy and these people were freely elected and yet a year earlier in 2009 when there were massive demonstrations bigger than in iran calling for democracy, end of the laws and free elections obama refused to support the democrats. he said we got to stay out of it. there is a big debate going on in iran and we will let them settle it. it was settled with the mullahs beating the protesters and that was that. why is obama intervening here but not their? as far as i can tell no explanation. to get obama is not enough to look at the things he is doing. you have to dig a little and see why he is doing them. what is the underlying single standard that can unravel obama's apparen
, hosni mubarak, who at least was cooperating with us and defending the right of israel to exist as a state. we helped topple him and the shaw in 1979. what did we get? we got ayatollah khomeini. i do think that the race now can change as a result of this dynamic. >> eric: sally, what about a president who sides with the arab street, as tony says isn't new york times says more than any foreign leader, he has sided again with the arab street, even against our allies? >> we have to define -- it's more complicated than that -- what american interests are abroad. tony is right. traditionally, we have said, we don't care if millions of people are oppressed and repressed by the government, so long as those governments do the bidding of what we deem to be american interests. and i think, you know, look, we are now entering a new era, where we are saying, we are going to try to have a free and just world that reflects american value, not by keeping people under our thumb, but by trying to culturally broadcast and encourage and support authentic democracy, which incidentally is in the lon
in 1969. it was, in fact, the largest opposition force in parliament with 88 seats during hosni mubarak's rule. they are not newcomers to politics. the solafes are, they want to take muslim societies back to the kind of purity, as they describe it, of the islamic world in the 7th century, in the three generations after the prophet's muhammad's life. they have very different visions of the future. one is ultra conservative when it comes to women's rights particularly, but in describing how the role of islamic law in society. the muslim brotherhood is a bit more realistic. it's a bit more modern whether it comesed to understanding that egypt is part of globalization and has to rely on foreign tourists. it needs aid and can't deny development assistance on the ground that is it involves interest which is usary. so they're very different outlooks, and the irony is that even though the 70% represent the majority, they don't like each other. >> so, robin, how widespread is the sentiment in egypt that led to these protests? is there that strong anti-american sentiment really prevalent on the g
to make heads or tails of whether he believes the downfall of hosni mubarak in egypt was a good thing or a bad thing. >> now we have a muslim brotherhood president in mr. morsi in egypt which is outideal for this country. >> joining us from joe courtney of kentucky who sits on the house armed services committee. good afternoon, sir. >> hi, martin. >> as someone who spends a great deal of your time analyzing foreign policy threats, i'd like your opinion on this idea that a president mitt romney would inaugurate a golden age of peace and love between east and west. >> it's a fairy tale. it's not even a story. his advisers called it. and, again, his comments that somehow say that the right thing for the u.s. to have done was to stand with mubarak is just breathtaking and against the voices of democracy, quote, unquote, which he satisfied in that telemundo interview. the right thing for this country was so, again, as it did with fascism, communism, you know, even in afghanistan where we liberated women to be able to participate in public life and go to school, we always are on the right s
but not over there? two dictators have been kicked out. gaddafi in libya and hosni mubarak in egypt and a bunch of dictators us still in place, assad holding power in syria and the laws in iran. what do gaddafi and hosni mubarak have in common? to some degree they are allied with the united states. gaddafi is a thug but since 2002, a relatively well-behaved the. doing business with america, outing terrorists, paying reparations for the lockerbie bombing. mubarak was the biggest ally in the region not counting is real. they are out. who is in? assad is our deadly enemy. supporter of hezbollah and close ally of the mall ofs in iran. what is going on? do i have the temerity to suggest obama is actually -- that he hates america? trying to destroy the country? here is what he is trying to do. he is trying to reduce america's footprint in the middle east and in the world because he thinks we have been stepping on the world. how does he do that? the way he does that is by undermining america's allies and by allowing our enemies to gain strength. obama has done virtually nothing significant to block ir
is at issue for wearing a head scarf for the first time today. under the rule of hosni mubarak, they had banned veiled anchors from appearing on tv. the new rules changed. lifting the ban on veiled tv anchors is seen as an end to discrimination. >>> so ahead, what happened to all the water? new concerns about the levee system that is credited with protecting new orleans during hurricane isaac. >>> plus, dramatic images as a fire rips through an historic hotel. >>> plus, they refuse to leave his side. dozens gather at a hospital in the south bay to pray for a firefighter who collapsed during a battle blaze. >>> dozens of people showed up this evening for a vigil in honor of a san jose firefighter who last week suffered a heart attack while on the job. tonight, he remainins in the intensive care unit at regional bay medical center. tonight, there is more on the concern from firefighters and his community. >> reporter: the 41-year-old who remains in critical but stable condition is said to be showing some signs of improvement. tonight, firefighters and first responders joined the community
moved in to secure the perimeter. under the former president, hosni mubarak, this would have been very difficult. protesters wouldn't have been allowed anywhere near the u.s. embassy. today they were able to scribble graffiti on the embassy wall. this was all triggered by a movie, a fringe, radical movie made in the united states that is insulting to islam. and the danger, brian, is in this internet age, even an obscure film like this, could be seen all around the world. and already tonight there's been another attack, that one in benghazi at the u.s. consulate. demonstrators are angry by the film, tried to burn it down. the u.s. state department says all staff have been accounted for. >> richard engel on this explosion of violence just today. thanks. >>> there's a new flare up between the u.s. and israel over iran. what seems to have set this off, recent remarks by secretary of state hillary clinton. she said the u.s. would not set deadlines or name so-called red line limits that can't be crossed concerning iran's nuclear activities. netanyahu of israel fired back today, saying those
wanted to get out from under hosey hosni mubarak and also wanted to assert their religious identity. the arab spring was an entire construction of mrs. clinton's mind and never really existed in the sense it was described. lou: secretary clinton saying that the ambassador has a loss to the arab spring. what is your reaction to those words and we have shared with the audience tonight? >> i think that clinton may know more about the middle east and jay carney, but not much. mrs. clinton has blood on her hands everywhere. they stuck the ambassador and his team into the middle of a city without guards and the city provided more suicide bombers in iraq than any country except for saudi arabia. her ambassador ran around syria for the better part of the year, encouraging them to protest, knowing that they would get shot down. this government seems to be trying to make the world a little safer as an anarchy more than anything else. lou: the idea that libya is now arrested four people in regards to that attack. could you explain about the earnest in earnest and honesty about their act? >> i
that state, if he wants to be president. >> jamie: he support the arab spring and the ousting of hosni mubarak. could the white house have predicted ultimately protest and violence could happen and how much more do they need to say about it? >> well, we don't know, because this is not something that was talked about, previously. now, i would point out in terms of the campaign, mitt romney take hit this week, because of the timing and the tenor of his statement. but, what critics are now saying is that he might not have been wrong, but we have seen him let up in his criticism of the president and over the next coming weeks, he might change to really critique the president for how he prosecuted the arab spring but that will be something that comes out in the debate and the next couple of weeks along the campaign trail. >> jamie: the debate will obviously include foreign policy and the economy. let's look at the latest numbers. first the jobless claims. continue to increase. including these numbers. 382,000 unemployment claims, the unemployment rate is 8.1% and look at gas prices. up so c
middle east diplomacy. president anwar sadat and hosni mubarak were frequent guests at the white house. in a recent interview with telemumdo, president obama said this regarding egypt, "i don't think that we would consider them an ally, but we don't consider them an enemy." in addition to the $1.3 billion annually in military aid, egypt recently received another $1 billion in loan forgiveness in the u.s. but not meeting with obama during his u.s. visit. question,the u.s./egyptian relationship in trouble? >> of course it is. morsi's speech was a declaration of independence from us. i thought the most interesting theme from u.n. besides b.b. and the bomb was the debate over free speech between the west and muslim world. i think the administration has been weak on this, and the administration should be leading a western block that is as coherent and committed to free speech as the muslim block is to trying to impose blasphemy lous. >> the president made that point in his speech -- >> not enough. >> that offensive speech should be created with nor speech. this is not the tradition in that
. at the time they wanted their leader hosni mubarak gone. he's gone. now we have a president of egypt who is a member of the muslim brotherhood, mr. morsi. now we have a different crowd. we were told chanting death to america and burning the american flag. we saw that for ourselves a couple days ago. put it in perspective from what you saw then and what you see now. >> reporter: the pictures oddly enough look similar in that you have these running street battles, you have protesters going up against their own military what's different is this time what they want is originally it was some kind of democratic awakening and there was a secular liberal takeover of egypt and hosni mubarak needed to go because he was an oppressive dictator. now it's the united states who provides egypt with billions of doors of aid that is the target of these mass protests. it used to be the army was supposedly the friend of the protesters. not the case anymore as we hear these loud bangs out our balcony. megyn: the state department comes out and says egypt is an ally of the united states. contrast that. and two
.s. administrations supported the hosni mubarak dictatorship. there has been support for dictator against the people. what's been happening over the past few days is a complicated mix of right-wing fringe that produces in the u.s. to provoke and right-wing here in egypt calls for protest against this film that is deemed offensive against the prophet muhammad. what concerns me as an egyptian who wants to see our resolution succeed is that we do not get politically manipulated into these fictitious fights. we have a president from the muslim brotherhood movement who, at one point himself or his movement was being pointed to the right wing by that hosni mubar aak dictatorship. last thing we want is for our current president to start using another right wing to scare his allies into supporting him. this is the time to create jobs, not a time to play political football with people's sensitivities. >> there is the possibility that things might get worse in egypt? >> reporter: what concerns many of us is calls made supposedly from the muslim brotherhood movement from which our president comes, but it's not
. this is the beginning of the book and also saying hosni mubarak didn't know what was happening that -- many people were arrested because they were in the west and they were arrested. they knew something was happening. the american ambassador sent a note to the american government saying there are young people who want to get to the hosni mubarak regime before september of 2011 so this was in 2008. three years before. we were not aware of what was happening but so many analysts dealing with the issue were saying egypt is going to implode because the economic situation the personal corruption, unemployment, poverty. they were there in tunisia. we have to look at the whole dimension with more critical take on what was said and the way it was covered by the media. the second thing i am trying to analyze is the discussion and the way we are looking and we are still looking at arab countries and muslim countries. as i was analyzing and trying to get a sense of the debates there's something we still have now and what we have now is a discussion about the debate. we reduce everything in the arab world between
. same as domestic politics. would each of to be better off with hosni mubarak? >> under hosni mubarak who had to go but there was economic growth. considerable economic growth. 8% economic growth. that is not the case now. what will happen next? just don't know. as a goes egypt so goes the region. dagen: thank you very much. connell: back to the markets. quarter until the hour as nicole petallides joins us from the stock exchange with movers. nicole: we talked about netflix and amazon and mcdonald's. we have more here that we are following. campbell's soup for example which came out with quarterly numbers and actors they beat the street with earnings per share the stock jumped to a new high a new see it is virtually flat looking at profits but we did see it jumped up and game stop is the clear winner as well. analysts have been talking about this and goldman sachs with the mutual talking about having great opportunities going into the back half of 2012-2013 new games coming down the pipeline. morgan stanley with an upgrade and there's a look at j.c. penney which has been beaten down 2
.s. allies, hosni mubarak and moammar khadafy. muammar al-qaddafi was providing us with invaluable intel intense what was happening in libya and the region. he did everything in his power to dislodge the two u.s. ally, knowing that the replacements would be muslim brotherhood-- >>> no. well, if they knew then i am angrier i. well, of course they knew-- >>> how did they know? >> the muslim brotherhood is the most important, dangerous and organized islamic organization in the world. >> sean: i said this from day one. a few of us said this. i have to bring brook in here. >> from day one, the muslim brotherhood has been clear-- >>> prepare for war with israel. >> this is our goal, with what he campaigned upon. we had a piece of legislation that resfrikt stricted funding egypt ushdz the muslim brother looed and of course, obama hillary clinton exercised a waiver and we continue to fund the muslim brotherhood. the same with the palestinian authority, when this joined up with hamas -- they exercised a waiver. >> sean: all of this is incomprehensible to me. the president goes forward, pushes mub
ascended to the presidency. that pushed hosni mubarak out. she is trying to walk a very delegate line. she did so awkwardly and without credibility. >> bret: there is real concern about tomorrow. day of prayer. around the middle east and the world for muslims. and they will really concern about the embassies. we saw yesmen. seeing live pictures now outside cairo. security is heightened all over the world. what about this. and the broader implications for the administration? for this policy? >> like any foreign policy crisis, especially this close to a presidential election, what we are dealing with is something unpredictable. that's what the critics of the president were saying in the past couple of days. while on one hand, romney took heat for making his statement as quickly as he did when the facts weren't all clear, there were some folks still saying hey look, we don't know how this is going to play out. the violence all across the region is very unpredictable. we don't know what might happen next. it's possible that the president could find himself in trouble depending on what happens.
years under hosni mubarak and now supported by five u.s. administrations to create deep anti-u.s. sentiment and the brotherhood right-wing fringe. now we have a muslim brotherhood presidency and the last thing is to see him allow the extremists to claim the right wing. the revolution has goals as liberty, social justice and these must not be derailed by a right-wing fringe in the u.s. or anyone offending us because -- >> right. mona eltahawi, thank you. we have the secretary of state and president speaking. thank you. reporting from cairo. all of this stemming from a man, the man behind a film. a film that's sparked the violence and uproar and the murders. according to "the wall street journal" the man is 52-year-old sam bacile. he wrote and directed and from deuced the two-hour moving adding he is an israeli-american, real estate developer, says that the film is not available online. only its 13-minute trailer. he's quoted as saying islam is a cancer and that it is a political movie. he also told the journal he raised $5 million from what he quotes as 100 jewish donors. cnn
than what we saw a year and-a-half ago, who were rallying for president hosni mubarak to leave. this is a much less educated and poorer crowd. and clearly as we have seen the past 48 hour, the a much more violent and anti-american crowd. >> sean: leyland viter is in cairo. we are putting this administration and their reaction in the mideast under scrutiny. this is the administration that coined the term, overseas contingency operation and they were referring to man-caused disasters, if you remember those words, when talking about acts of terror. they appear to be buying into a narrative that the trailer for a low-budget anti-muslim film is responsible for the chaos in the streets in the middle-east, hence their apology yesterday. yet again today, before taking the time to condemn the ongoing violence or the death of the u.s. ambassador, christopher stevens, the secretary of state, hillary clinton, chose instead to rant about a phantom movie that may or may not exist. watch this. >> the united states government has nothing to do with this video. we absolutely reject its content
of the relationship with hosni mubarak, in every public opinion survey, the egyptians were fierce anti-americans. that's the truth of that demented raelgs sh demented relationship. president obama fell for the allusion that he could sweet-talk the society out of their rage and cairo. he went to cairo for famous speech. he believed that he had capped the volcano in the islamic world. >> fran, ben, it is good to have you all here. we are going to come back. obviously, we are on facebook and twitter. i'm tweeting tonight. >>> next, trying to find the killers that struck in benghazi. manhunt far from over. marines are on their way. we are going to update you on that and talk about what kind of force will be brought to bear when more suspects are identified. we will talk about bob bear and retired brigadier general, david grant. you guys take a minute. verizon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what's pretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't reall
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